History of Cooperation
The first educational project for the School Program in Economics and Management of Technology was the result of successful realization of international project in co-operation with the Economics Institute, Boulder, Colorado, USA. The joint cooperation with American colleagues, supported for this project through the Eurasia Foundation, favoured the creation of the first Master’s level business education that corresponded to the international standards both in form and content and had great potential for its self-support. Cooperation with Kingston University, UK, as part of a regional cooperation project (REAP) provided new opportunities for training teachers, developing new courses and preparing instructional materials in business subjects.
School of Business of BSU is actively developing scientific cooperation with foreign universities and scientific organizations. An important area of international scientific cooperation is participation in the implementation of projects of international funds and programs, including the FP7 program, Erasmus+, research projects funded by UNICEF, the World Bank and the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development, the European Values Study and others.
The School of Business of BSU has signed over 60 international agreements in the fields of science and education. At present, there exist active cooperation and constant student exchange with educational institutions from China, Slovenia, Lithuania, Latvia, Finland and Poland. The School of Business successfully implements an agreement on obtaining a Double Diploma from South-Eastern Finland University of Applied Sciences XAMK (Finland) in Bachelor’s degree «Logistics».
One of the priorities of the School is international cooperation. The School is a member of leading international associations in the field of business education: CEEMAN, AASCB, EFMD.
|Central and East European Management Development Association|
|Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business|
|European Foundation for Management Development